Laws on Refugees & Internally Displaced People

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The book discusses the social and economic aspects of internally displaced people and refugees, along with the laws related to them. The lacunas in the international regime have been discussed.

The Authors are Ms Shruti Das and Ms Nibedita Basu. Ms Das is Assistant Professor of Law from the last 4 years and Ms Basu is also an Assistant Professor and has extensive industrial experience in legal consultancy.

We live in a world where there are people who dream of nothing but just live normal lives. The world is full of such men, women, and children who constantly suffer for basic amenities for sustenance for their entire life. The book discusses the social and economic aspects of internally displaced people and refugees, along with the laws related to them. The lacunas in the international regime have been discussed. The book focuses on internally displaced people of the northeastern provinces of India who are primarily distressed by ethnic violence and cultural cleansing, The Book also provides an insight on how the lack of a national and international legal framework poses risk on violation of basic human rights of millions of people around the world. The Book is a valuable resource for students and professionals interested in Human Rights.

  • Paperback: 167 pages
  • Author: Shruti Das & Nibedita Basu
  • Publisher: Parag Agrawal
  • Imprint: Jus Dicere & Co.
  • Language:¬†English
  • ISBN: 978-93-5311-262-2

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